Framing stories: Bias and truth

In a dusty pueblo not far from Gallup, New Mexico, the Zunis were noisily celebrating the end of winter. Costumed dancers wearing animal-skin cloaks, feathers and shells hurried through the dark streets, their faces hidden behind colorful masks, their bodies painted in ancient designs. The dancers ... Continue reading

Spiritual narratives

Somewhere along the arc between birth and death, between creation and annihilation, each one of us figures out the meaning of life. Whether we're able to put it into words or not doesn't matter; the life we live out every day expresses more articulately than our words what we have come to believe in ... Continue reading